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Everybody Wants to Make Lifestyle Content Except for the Companies That Make Lifestyle Content

Last week, television network Bravo announced they were launching “a series of new lifestyle content platforms featuring food, travel, home design and relationships.” This week, gym chain Equinox announced they’re creating a “digital magazine,” led by a former Self editor. Prior to these pieces of news, Shape and …

New Profile on Megyn Kelly Continues Media Tradition of Going Easy on Megyn Kelly 

Fox News anchor and Kelly File host Megyn Kelly is featured on the cover of Vanity Fair’s February issue, revealing an array of interesting tidbits—she was violently ill during the August GOP debate, Donald Trump used to send her fan mail, her personal stance on abortion is still unknown—and a somewhat worshipful…

Major Progressive PR Firm Shuts Down Amid Accusations of Sexual Assault Against Founder 

FitzGibbon Media, a major public relations firm in Washington, D.C., that worked with a host of progressive personalities and organizations including Wikipedia, Julian Assange, the ACLU and Chelsea Manning, closed abruptly on Thursday. Several staff members alleged that Trevor FitzGibbon, the firm’s president, had…

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Why the Hell Did the San Bernardino Shooters’ Landlord Allow Media Into Their Apartment?

On Friday morning, reporters from what seemed like every major media company, including CNN, CBS News, and MSNBC, flooded into the apartment of Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik, the couple responsible for Wednesday’s massacre in San Bernardino. Meanwhile, cable news broadcasters stood by agog asking the question…

Once Again, The Media Is Overhyping The Health Benefits Of Chocolate

“There does not appear to be evidence that chocolate should be avoided in terms of impact on cardiovascular risk.” So conclude the authors of a report published Monday in the august medical journal Heart. Their takeaway is decidedly unsexy (takeaways from well-conducted health studies, which the aforementioned…